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Jean Grey #3 (of 4)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 3 critic ratings.


Nearly 35 years later, Louise Simonson returns to the events of Inferno! One of the greatest battles in Marvel Comics history, Jean Grey vs. Madelyne Pryor reshaped the world of the X-Men and set bombs that are still going off today. But Jean is not the woman she used to be…and neither is the Phoenix power that has so manipulated both her and her clone.

Lost in a mad world and separated from her every ally, what desperate move will Jean make to restore the balance?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
23 pages
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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 87

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: A dark, intense and engaging story from start to finish. I like seeing Jean going over the big events in her past and seeing what those events would look like if she made different choices. Each lesson seems to reinforce something she should know by now and Simonson does a fantastic job of creating some truly emotional moments for the character.

    The Art: Change delivers some beautiful art in the issue. The visuals are dynamic and brilliantly detailed with fantastic imagery that draws the eye.

  • 75


    Jean Grey #3 continues to add exciting new layers to Jean’s afterlife. Just short of the finale and rooted more clearly in the broader Fall of X context, the intrigue underlying this miniseries has only grown. Sadly, the greater volume of meta-hijinks left the reflections on Jean’s character a bit muddled. The next issue remains full of promise, and this installment is well worth the read.

  • 60

    In this week’s issue of Jean Grey, it seems the heroine cannot win. Thrust into an apocalyptic timeline, Jean finds herself faced with every sort of villain before her time as the Phoenix comes to haunt her. So if you are eager in seeing Jean face her own multiverse, this issue will keep you hooked.

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